1. Inquiry based science education
Monday, 1.7.2013 (15:30 – 17:00), Room P1B (RB0P1)
Beliefs of teachers of mathematics about teaching in constructivist way (#90)
Veronika Hubeňáková and Dušan Šveda
A Study of Elementary Students' Modeling Ability and Learning Transfer (#134)
Jen-Chin Lin, Chien-Liang Lin, and Fu Yi Shieh
Teaching Renewable Energy Sources by Inquired Based Methods (#3)
Elena Vladescu (presented by Clementina Timus)
Inquiry Based Science Education - Application in Chemistry (#84)
Hana Čtrnáctová, Monika Petriláková, and Veronika Zámečníková
Tuesday, 2.7.2013 (11:30 – 13:00), Room P1B (RB0P1)
Hands-on science course for upper primary and lower secondary schools in Poland end a challenge for using IBSE methodology in developing practical and exploring skills (#86)
Božena Karawajczyk and Marek Kwiatkowski
Knowledge Through Science And Art (#128)
Stefureac Crina
Experience with the implementation of inquiry-based activities enhanced by digital technologies at one of the Slovak grammar schools (#155)
Veronika Timková, Zuzana Ješková, and Mária Horváthová
Overview of the impact of IBSE training courses on learning STEM in primary and secondary schools (#47)
Luminita Florentina Chicinas and Nicolae Micescu
Thursday, 4.7.2013 (11:30 – 13:00), Room P1B (RB0P1)
A New Look at Hands on Science in Taiwan and beyond and its Possible Relations with Identity Formation and Verbal Expression (#67)
Jan Torulf Karlsson
Teaching Mathematics Through IBSE Methods (#4)
Lucian Constantin Vladescu
Summer camps SCHOLA LUDUS: Experimentáreň (#118)
Viera Haverlíková
Cybernetics from the Point of View of the Hands-on Principle (#124)
Max Igor Bazovsky

2. Pre-service and in-service science teacher training
Monday, 1.7.2013 (15:30 – 17:00), Room A7 (AK0A7)
Preservice Science Teachers Perceptions About Using Science Notebooks: A Comparative Investigation of United States and Turkey Sample (#48)
İlke Çalışkan
The Roles of Cartoons and Comics in Science Education (#68)
Eva Trnova, Josef Trna, and Vaclav Vacek
A bioinorganic/coordination chemistry integrative experimental approach: Reversibility of the acid hydrolysis of a Cr-S bond (#107)
Teresa Margarida Santos and Júlio Pedrosa de Jesus
In-service teacher training in IBSE in Slovakia and its impact on teachers and students in the framework of the Establish project (#154)
Zuzana Ješková, Katarína Kimáková, Mária Ganajová, and Marián Kireš
Tuesday, 2.7.2013 (11:30 – 13:00), Room A7 (AK0A7)
The Roles of Demonstration Experiments in Science Education (#74)
Eva Trnová, Josef Trna, and Petr Novak
Preservice Science Teachers Experiences with the Implementation of Project Based Learning (#132)
Dogan Dogan and Eylem Eroglu Dogan
Science toys and interactive exhibits in chemistry teachers’ education (#82)
Ján Reguli
Improving The Scientific Process Skills Of Elemantary Prospective Teachers Through Hands On Science Practice: An Action Research Study (#59abs)
Necati Hirça, Mücahit Köse, And Muhammet Uşak
Thursday, 4.7.2013 (11:30 – 13:00), Room A7 (AK0A7)
Molecular biology and genetics - one of the overlooked themes in high school practical biology courses in Czech Republic (#57)
Vanda Janštová and Lukáš Falteisek
Teacher preparation for inquiry based biology education on P.J Safarik University (#105)
Katarína Kimáková and Andrea Lešková
Biochar Hands-On Education (#144)
Tomáš Miléř, Jan Hollan, and Jindriška Svobodová
Factors influencing attitude towards dissections in schools (#150)
Jana Fančovičová and Andrea Lešková

3. Popularization of science in society
Tuesday, 2.7.2013 (11:30 – 13:00), Room A6 (RE0A6)
Physics Outreach at the University of Rzeszow (#39)
Malgorzata Pociask-Bialy, Iryna Berezovska, and Krzysztof Golec-Biernat
The role of Inquiry Science Lab within Science centre (#160)
Marian Kireš, Mária Nováková
“Kattan Science Snacks”: Small Educational Science Experiments to Popularize Science among the Palestinian Society )#117)
Bisan KM Battrawi
One example on combinatorics (#53)
František Mošna
Thursday, 4.7.2013 (11:30 – 13:00), Room A6 (RE0A6)
Bringing back old Physics & Chemistry instruments to life: from secondary schools to the general public (#46)
João Oliveira and Isabel Malaquias
Fighting scientific illiteracy in Portugal from mid XVIII century to mid XX century: a few meaningful attempts to spread scientific knowledge outside the public school (#49)
Maria Teresa S.R. Gomes and João A.B.P. Oliveira
Initiating the Scientific Method, Initiating Young Researchers (#61)
Josep M Fernández Novell and Carme Zaragoza Domenech
Masterclasses and Informal Education in Slovakia (#106)
Júlia Hlaváčová
Friday, 5.7.2013 (10:05 – 11:05), Room A5 (RB0A5)
Correspondence mathematical seminars as a form of increasing of knowledge potential (#50)
Róbert Hajduk
Practical Activities On Chemistry For Young Students (#79)
Josep M Fernández Novell and Carme Zaragoza Domenech
The public communication of science in graduate programs in public health in Brazil: a perspective of coordinators (#121)
Carlos Antonio Teixeira and Paulo Rogério Gallo
Scholarship; benefits and responsibility (#127)
Clementina Alexandrina Timus
Young Scientists are at Work for Our Planet (#92)
Nilgün Erentay

4. Digital technologies in education
Monday, 1.7.2013 (15:30 – 17:00), Room A6 (RE0A6)
The Cartoon Guide to Relativity (#55)
Jan Novotný and Jindriska Svobodová
Assessing the Role of Social Networks in Increasing Interest in Science and Science Literacy among a Sample of Facebook Users (#73)
Bisan Battrawi and Rami Wael Muhtaseb
Investigation of sequences using digital cognitive technologies (#83)
Stanislav Lukáč and Jozef Sekerák
Video recordings of school physical experiments (#110)
František Látal and Zdenek Pucholt